Trying to work this out rationally and objectively but would appreciate input from others in the same boat.
The news today revealed that WHO are not happy with countries going ahead with booster (3rd) jabs when other less developed countries like Africa are still trying to source for first jabs.
So, it looks as though the roll out of boosters in the UK, from Sept, might be halted.
The UK Govt were keen to roll this out before the winter months to the most vulnerable, because they predict more (and stronger) mutations are likely to occur over the coming months.
Is anyone else feeling very uneasy about this news?
I had planned to stay as safe as possible (ie shielding for the most part) until the booster jab became effective (maybe sometime in November). At that point I would start to venture out more.
But, if the booster doesn't now go ahead, I'm not confident that my immunity to COVID would ever be strong enough, unless I try to give my antibody level now by catching COVID, whilst the vaccine protection I do have is still relatively at its peak strength in me and the Delta variant is (relatively!) risk free.
Has anyone else given any thought to this yet? If so, have you managed to reach any conclusions?
It's a tricky old subject but I'm really concerned that "Freedom Day" has left us behind without much of a paddle.